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June 8, 2001

Some people collect stamps; others collect beer mats. Ged Martin, of Edinburgh Univer-sity's Centre of Canadian Studies, has a much classier collection: he has hoarded every issue of The THES between 1982 and 2000.

Professor Martin, who willshortly take early retirement, wants to find a good home for the back issues.

He says he will not even charge anyone who is willing to take them off his hands.

Professor Martin can be contacted at Ged.Martin@ed.ac.uk

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